JVP MP Anura Kumara Dissanayaka spoke to the Daily Mirror on rumors of a change in leadership within the JVP, the Northern Provincial Council Elections and managing Sri Lanka’s relations with India.
Minister Wimal Weerawansa despite political chores seemed having a great time singing a Sinhala hit “Punchi Dagakariye” at the carnival held at the Moratuwa Soysapura Maha Vidyalaya last night organised by the ‘Panchayuda Padanama’ and Soysapura youths. (By ISA)
Leader of the Democratic Party Sarath Fonseka spoke to the Daily Mirror about his future political aspirations and the discontent of the members of the government with the present leadership.
UNP MP Lakshman Kiriella spoke to the Daily Mirror about Sri Lanka's failure at the UNHRC sessions and the adverse effects of the extremist elements rising up in the country.
Academic and former Diplomat Dayan Jayatilleke spoke to the DM on the consequences of the United Nations Human Rights Council resolution against Sri Lanka, the importance of holding the Northern Provincial Council elections in a free and fair manner and Sri Lanka’s lack of foreign policy architecture.
General Secretary of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party and Minister of Health Maithripala Sirisena speaks to the Daily Mirror on the issues pertaining to the National Drug Policy and his political aspirations.
Minister of Economic Development Basil Rajapaksa spoke to the Daily Mirror about the ongoing development projects undertaken across the country, intra-party politics and his future political aspirations.
The UPR report of Sri Lanka was adopted at the 22nd session of the UNHRC in Geneva today in Geneva.
Minister Wimal Weerawansa, the leader of the National Freedom Front and avowed marxist of yore, speaks to the Daily Mirror about his role in the recent impeachment saga, which was heavily criticised, while elaborating on the role of economic hitmen, the racial tensions prevalent in the country and much more.
An irate Lasith Malinga responded angrily to media following the meetings held at the Sri Lanka Cricket Headquarters on March 3 and 4.
Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe, the President’s Special Envoy on Human Rights delivering Sri Lanka’s National statement at the 22nd regular session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva said Sri Lanka strongly object to any unfair, biased, unprincipled and unjust approach that may be adopted by this Council on Sri Lanka.
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